Contributed by Blake Library Special Collections
The Madawaska Training School (MTS), which became the University of Maine at Fort Kent, owned and farmed land in the town of Fort Kent. The school used this land for its livestock and other agricultural purposes.
These are U.S. Department of Agriculture plot maps of the MTS farm land, along with a typescript letter from Leo M. Daigle, chairman of the Aroostook County branch of the department to an unknown recipient, dated 1949. The letter outlines the rules and restrictions for farming this land.
About This Item
- Title: Madawaska Training School farm maps, 1948-1949
- Creator: United States Dept. of Agriculture
- Creation Date: 1949
- Subject Date: 1948 - 1949
- Town: Fort Kent
- County: Aroostook
- State: ME
- Media: Text with maps
- Dimensions: 28 cm x 22 cm
- Local Code: Univ. MS 3 1.4.1
- Collection: University of Maine at Fort Kent collection
- Object Type: Text
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Agriculture--Maine--Fort Kent
- University of Maine at Fort Kent
- Farming--Maine--Fort Kent
- Land use--Maine--Fort Kent
For more information about this item, contact:Blake Library Special Collections
23 University Drive, Fort Kent, ME 04743
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